Crisis: Greece; radical left still ahead, ND second

Followed by neo-nazi Golden Dawn and socialist Pasok

02 November, 11:25

(ANSAmed) - Athens, November 2 - Syriza, the radical left Greek party led by Alexis Tsipras, maintains its 25.5% of preferences of would-be voters in a survey by the Pulse Rc polling institute for satirical magazine To Pontiki (the mouse).

Conservative party Nea Dimokratia (ND) follows with 22%, then neo-nazi party Chrisi Avgi' (Golden dawn) with 11.5%, the Socialist Pasok with 6.5%, Independent Greeks (centre-right) with 6.5%, the Greek Communist party (Kke) at 5% and Democratic Left (Di.Mar) with 4%.

When the survey questioned who would be the best prime minister for the country now, 28% of those interviewed replied Antonis Samaras, against 23% who chose Tsipras while 45% did not indicate anyone. According to the poll, 71% of Greeks surveyed said they were satisfied with the government against 26% who weren't.

As far as Syzira's opposition is concerned, 71% of those polled said they were not satisfied with its role. (ANSAmed)

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